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Internet Arcade

The Internet Arcade is a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s, emulated in JSMAME, part of the JSMESS software package.



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Internet Arcade
by Midway
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Super High Impact (rev LA1 09-30-91) by Midway (1991) Released 1991 Also For Genesis, SNES Developed by Midway Manufacturing Company Published by Midway Manufacturing Company Gameplay Arcade Sport Football (American) Perspective Bird's-eye view Genre Action, Sports Visual 2D scrolling Description Super High Impact was one of the most hard hitting football games before the NFL Blitz series was created, with 18 teams and over 30 plays per team. The console versions are based on the Midway arcade...
Internet Arcade
by Williams
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High Impact Football (rev LA5 02-15-91) by Williams (1990) Released 1990 Platform Arcade Developed by Williams Electronics Games, Inc. Published by Williams Electronics Games, Inc. Setting Contemporary Visual 2D scrolling Gameplay Arcade Sport Football (American) Perspective Bird's-eye view Genre Action, Sports Description High Impact Football is a fast arcade-style football game, featuring the same digitized graphics technology found in NARC and later, Mortal Kombat and NBA Jam. Players can...
Internet Arcade
by Taito Corporation (Williams license)
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Released 1990 Also For Game Boy, Genesis, SNES, TurboGrafx-16 Developed by Williams Electronics Games, Inc. Published by Williams Electronics Games, Inc. Gameplay Arcade Sport Hockey Perspective Bird's-eye view Genre Action, Sports Visual 2D scrolling Description Hit the Ice is a fast-paced, high-impact hockey game. Having more in common with Midway's Arch Rivals than any sane hockey simulation, this arena is no place for penalties, and no place for wimps. While the idea is still to somehow put...